Our Opportunity to Learn from the Response to Hurricane Harvey

Matthew delivered the following remarks at the Texas Conference on Ending Homelessness in Dallas, TX, on October 4, 2017.

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Worst Case Housing Needs Have Gotten … Worse

HUD’s Worst Case Housing Needs 2017 Report to Congress is a key new source of information about worsening housing needs in our communities, which could be creating increasing... Continue Reading →

Racial Equity: An Essential Component of Our Nation’s Homelessness Response

Our national conversation about homelessness has been missing a critical piece: an honest, open conversation about the racial dimensions of homelessness.

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Pathways to Housing PA: Using Landlord Engagement and Flexible Services to Assist Individuals at the Intersection of the Opioid Crisis and Homelessnes

We spoke with Pathways to Housing PA to better understand their Housing First approach to providing housing and services to people experiencing homelessness who are struggling with opioid addiction.<... Continue Reading →

Calling for Your Voices: Strengthening the Federal Strategic Plan through Confronting and Addressing Inequity

We want to learn about the work you are doing in your communities to address racial inequities and other issues, and what federal agencies can do to support... Continue Reading →

Highlights from the NOFA: Opportunities to Expand Housing Supports and Improve System Performance

As communities prepare applications for HUD’s FY 2017 CoC NOFA, we highlight important opportunities to expand the array of housing supports available in your community and to... Continue Reading →

Our Core Values and Truths as We Work to Strengthen the Federal Strategic Plan

These remarks were delivered by Matthew Doherty on July 18, 2017, at the National Conference on Ending Homelessness.

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People Experience Homelessness, They Aren’t Defined By It

It's important to pay attention to the way we talk about the work we do to build support in our communities for efforts to end... Continue Reading →

Questions to Consider Regarding Inclusionary Zoning Policy

Inclusionary zoning is one tool that cities and states can use to require that a portion of newly constructed housing units are created and operated as affordable housing.

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How Virginia Uses Collaboration and Coordination to End Homelessness State-Wide

Through the Governor's Coordinating Council on Homelessness, Virginia changed the way it responds to the needs of people experiencing homelessness. 

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